V-Discs 1-99 (1943-1944)
3 - Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra, with Vocal Refrain by Frank Sinatra and Chorus - Blue Skies
10 - Dinah Shore with Orchestra - Murder He Says
15 - Alvino Rey and his Orchestra - The Army Air Corps
17 - Benny Goodman and his Orchestra - Sing, Sing, Sing Pt1&2
20 - Duke Ellington and his Orchestra - Don't Get Around Much Anymore
21 - Duke Ellington and his Orchestra - Warm Valley
22 - Artie Shaw and his Orchestra - Begin The Beguine
23 - Artie Shaw and his Orchestra - Nightmare
41 - Fats Waller - Ain't Misbehaving & Two Sleepy People
46 - Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, scat vocal Cootie Williams - Ring Dem Bells
47 - Duke Ellington and his Orchestra - Perdido
48 - Benny Goodman - Bugle Call Rag
50 - Glenn Miller - Moonlight Serenade
62 - Artie Shaw and his Orchestra - Stardust
63 - Artie Shaw and his Orchestra - Moonglow
75 - Paul Robeson - Deep River
89 - David Rose and his Orchestra - Holiday For Strings
101 - Captain Glenn Miller and the 418th AAFTC Band - Stardust
102 - The 418th AAFTC Band Under the Direction of Captain Glenn Miller - St. Louis Blues March
106 - Duke Ellington and his Orchestra - Mood Indigo
107 - Duke Ellington and his Orchestra - Are You Stickin'?
117 - Frank Sinatra - I Only Have Eyes For You
119 - Frank Sinatra - There's Gonna Be A Hot Time In The Town Of Berlin
128 - Pete Johnson and Albert Ammons - Cuttin' The Boogie
131 - Pete Johnson and Albert Ammons - Pine Creek Boogie
140 - Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra - Well Git It
146 - Benny Goodman Sextette - Three Little Words
November 11, 2016
Many thanks for these fine remembrances of the past. A small correction:
You're number 166 should read 098 V-Disc B.
I would like to link it to my blog jazzrealities. Can you do vice versa?
July 8, 2013
May I use these v disks in commercial projects?s?
Thanks for posting these excellent recordings.
My name is Kevin Coffey and I am a cartoonist and animated cartoon filmmaker located in San Francisco.
My website is here: http://cartoonlandanimation.com
I am interested in using, in a commercial context, an audio radio recording made during world war two for "V-disks".
It is available on your site here, where it is categorized as being in the public domain (Creative Commons license:Public Domain Mark 1.0 -)
The actual recording is this one, which you've posted:
Is there a way for me to verify that these recordings are truly in the public domain as you post?
Thanks so much-
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